There is something really weird going on in Glasgow, Scotland right now. It has already turned part of that city over to United Nations jurisdiction for an event called 'COP26'. It is no longer under the control of the Scottish devolved government, which is part of the United Kingdom, because it has been further devolved to the United Nations Organization of World Government!
COP26: Climate summit venue becomes UN territory
Glasgow's Scottish Events Campus (SEC) has officially been handed over to the United Nations for the historic COP26 summit.
The venue now makes up the Blue Zone, and becomes official UN territory for the duration of the global conference. The area will be patrolled by armed UN officers and will be under the highest levels of security. The UN confirmed the SEC was handed over to it on Friday afternoon ahead of the summit opening on Sunday. World leaders and delegates will gather in Glasgow from 31 October until 12 November in a bid to hammer out a deal to tackle climate change.
Who gave away part of the United Kingdom to the United Nations as a defacto World Government site policed by its own troops? This man and his team:
Now listen to the UN evangelist Greta Thunberg and her 'Blah, Blah, Blah' speech:
Compare her blah, blah, blah with this 'Blah' article from the 1977 Plain Truth magazine:
Yes, that is from the same organization that sponsored all of the main offshore commercial radio stations of the 1960s - including Radio Caroline North with 'The World Tomorrow' program. Back when Greta was still an un-unified sperm and ovum, the voice of Garner Ted Armstrong was booming all over the British Isles. Garner Ted was citing some of the same scientists warning about over population and pollution - now rebranded as 'Climate Extinction'.
Turn back the clock to the days of World War II when US Presidential Candidate Wendell Wilkie flew around the world in seven weeks on a 31,000 mile tour and wrote about it in his manifesto called 'One World'. That led to fifty nations meeting on April 25, 1945 in San Francisco, California to draft the United Nations Charter which was signed on June 26, 1945. That gave birth to the UN as an organization. Garner Ted's father Herbert W. Armstrong was present to witness those proceedings.
It was after WWII when Herbert changed the name and format of his broadcast to a monologue called 'The World Tomorrow'. It was introduced by a famous Hollywood announcer named Art Gilmore ('Highway Patrol' TV show, and more.) Gilmore also concluded each program over a Hollywood instrumental jingle bed. The message of each program was that "the wonderful world tomorrow" will only be possible when a world government is established.
Long before this current fad of climate freaks, and certainly long before Greta was even dreamed of, Herbert was giving a platform to all of the big scientists who came along warning about the dangers of DDT, smoke stack pollution and over population. He was also publishing booklets about nature in the way that others would later lock on to this topic. Isn't it funny that Johnnie Walker, Kenny Everett and other loony tunes who contributed nothing to the well-being of the Planet are still talked about, and even with COP26 occupying part of the UK, no one is mentioning Herbert W. Armstrong?
It seems that it took a deranged girl named Greta to make the Armstrong message go viral!
But his theme was always world government and his message was that it would not be possible without intervention from a supernatural "Someplace" - an expression he picked up from a magazine editorial in 'US News and World Report'. Managing Herbert were two men of the Jewish faith, one a lawyer and the other one a man who later became a part of US Public Television programming , and a financial advisor to the communist government of China.
After the first year (1964) of broadcasting by Radio Caroline, Jocelyn Stevens thought that it would soon be finished off after the UK Labour government of Harold Wilson came to power in October of that year. But just at that moment Don Pierson from Eastland, Texas showed up with his 'Wonderful Radio London' on a former US minesweeper, and he paid for his costs by airing 'The World Tomorrow' every day. It was that radio monologue that made possible all of those offshore pop music radio stations of the Sixties.
Throughout the years Herbert managed to morph a Christian radio broadcast into a quasi-polemical program that pushed an agenda more in keeping with Buddhism than anything else. A big part of his script was the need for world government, and that is exactly what Greta Thunberg is also preaching.
We have tried to discover what the polemical background is of young Greta - but without success. We have found the former UK Archbishop of Canterbury and others likening her to the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah, and even the Pope sort of goes along with that terminology.
But what we can't find is a detailed biographical account of her parents' upbringings in relationship to the influence of religion and politics in their lives. It is as if a curtain has been drawn around that part of the influencers in Greta's life. So we ask, was Greta Thurberg influenced by this:
The first time he came to Europe he stopped off in Copenhagen to visit the people behind Radio Mercur, and they advised him on how to go about broadcasting in other languages - just like Skanes Radio Mercur. Herbert's base was in Pasadena, California and that is where the man who began Skanes Radio Mercur emigrated to. Sweden also influenced Gordon Mclendon and the start of Radio Nord aboard the ship that was renamed Mi Amigo! So Greta, because your life makes no sense and smacks of coverup, your blah, blah can only make us think of this record:
"I heard it on my radio
.... A backdrop for the girls and boys
Who just don't know, or just don't care ....
All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio blah blah"
Excerpt of the lyrics from Radio Ga Ga as performed by 'Queen'.
Tomorrow, the 'concidental' rebirth of Herbert W. Armstrong and the birth of British offshore radio with roots in Sweden!
We will also ask whether someone close to Greta attended Ambassador College at Bricket Wood in Hertfordshire, because in the Sixties, several people from Sweden became students at that campus location chaired by Herbert W. Armstrong.
There is a mountain of 'coincidental' connectivity and it is quite possible that the reason Greta became scared over melting ice caps, polluted streams, and dirty air and water, were the polemical warnings by Garner Ted and his Dad who wanted respect for Planet Earth!
Don't laugh, no one knows very much about Greta or what turned her on.
What we do know is that the United Kingdom has temporarily ceded part of the island of Great Britain to the world territorial ambitions of the United Nations.
World Government is on its way!
It will be interesting to read what Paul Rusling unleashes in the next day or so, because in the meantime, the pot has been stirred over on Wikipedia within its 'Radio Caroline' page. That has in turn annoyed some of the anoraks who support mythology over matters demanding attention of the mind. We are sitting back and waiting to see how this plays out.
We are now placing our ongoing investigation within a timeline sequence preparatory for its presentation as the first in a series of ongoing and update part-publications in print. Please see both the YesterCode link and the Yesterday Never Happened link above on the menu bar.
On December 30, 1963, the former DFDS ferry named Fredericia was sold to Cross Channel Container Services Limited of Greenore, Ireland, and then taken from Denmark to the Wijsmuller shipyard at Rotterdam, Holland.
On January 8, 1964, the mv Fredericia was renamed Iseult. It is to become both a ferry and cargo ship operating between southern Ireland and northern England on behalf of Weatherwell Ltd of Ireland.
On February 13, 1964, the former Fredericia left Rotterdam for Greenore in the Republic of Ireland.
On March 5, 1964, the ship now renamed Caroline left Greenore, Ireland for an anchorage off southeast England.
On March 27, 1964, the mv Caroline as the floating home of Radio Caroline, began test broadcasts to England. On that same day a company called Planet Productions Limited was registered as a sales company in the Republic of Ireland, while in London, the mainstream press reported that Beatrix Miller, editor of Jocelyn Stevens' 'Queen' fashion magazine has resigned after learning that the name of her fashion magazine style sheet named 'Caroline', is going to be used by Jocelyn Stevens for a daytime radio station of the same name as her style sheet, but aimed at housewives. Beatrix Miller's style sheet was aimed at an up-market and reasonably wealthy young Society woman; whereas Jocelyn Stevens' target is a young houswife.
Now explain how any of that conforms to the timeline as told and retold by anoraks!
We are awaiting delivery of Paul Rusling's updated edition of his book 'The Radio Caroline bible'. For details please see our companion Blog and the related Timeline of events that appears on that page. (The link is shown above.)
Essentially the issue is this:
Ray Clark and then Paul Rusling have both staked their reputations on pushing the storyline of a 'Jimmy' as originally created in a novel by Ian Cowper Ross in 1990, and then inferred by a 1991 BBC-TV appearance by Ian Cowper Ross as being a true story. The rest of the anorak world seems to have fallen into lock-step, especially with Ray Clark, since he has far more credibility in the world of mainstream broadcasting than Paul Rusling. Consequently Clark's writings have also appeared on other web sites.
Unfortunately for Ray Clark, he was taken in by Ian Cowper Ross during an interview that Ray Clark then used in his own book, which he also updated and repeated the same nonsense. Now Paul Alexander Rusling is doing the same thing, except that unlike Ray Clark with whom we have had no direct contact, Rusling saw fit to visit one of our libraries in 2019 just before he wrote his original book. We need to add that he has visited us on more than one occasion.
Rusling originally stated that he wanted to assist our research, but it appears from his actions and his emails that he sent to us, that he thought that he could steal our research, pick-out what he wanted, and then twist it to fit in with a narrative that helped to promote a tiny UK licensed radio station which fraudulently claims a link to the 1964 creation of Radio Caroline. So Rusling published his first edition, and then, in his own preemptory defense, he claimed that we could not touch him in court for violation of the copyright laws.
Having prior experience of the complicated nature of those laws which seem to favor lawyers and their accounts pending more than their clients, we decided to leave Rusling alone on that front, and watch him fall off a cliff by his own actions. Therefore since he is about to step into a Part Two of his suicide by authorship by way of an updated version of his book, we have bought a copy in advance of its publication, and we now await its delivery.
What we want to see is whether he will repeat his own false narrative, or whether he will admit to his own transgression. We figure that it will be the former and not the latter that Rusling will opt for. But since such a short wait is involved, we prefer to wait to see what he does before we proceed in telling our readers what we know about the real events that actually led up to the 1964 creation of Radio Caroline.
We suggest you keep an eye on our companion Blog called "All About Radio Caroline" (the link is on the masthead above, and for the sheer fun of it, that you also read Conversation Central (by clicking the link just highlighted), because we have also added details on 'Conversation Central' that relate to our prior legal experiences with the likes of Paul Rusling. You will discover why we believe that it is better to let him drown himself without cost to us, rather than for us to play an expensive legal game with lawyers, because at the end of the day we would be winning a case against a man who does not appear to have any assets worth going after.
From our prior legal experiences we learned not to trap a dog into a corner when the dog knows that it only has one path of escape with its own suicidal attack mission. This is why we want Rusling to show his hand, but we also want him to know that we have no intention of causing him personal harm of any sort. We will publish the real story and forget that we ever heard the name of Paul Rusling'. But first, we will wait to see what Paul Rusling is about to publish under his own name. We chalk up our cost as part of our research budget.
Back in 1964 the people behind Radio Caroline had several reasons for obfuscating the facts in evidence about who they were and what they were doing. They had to move fast because the 'quality press' of those days began to investigate what was going on and who was pulling the strings, and various factual stories began to appear in print.
Today those same stories from long ago are discarded by the anoraks because they do not fit in with their belief narrative and their adopted messiah who is now deceased. They are ugly facts and anoraks are at a loss to know how to deal with them.
So the anoraks feed the mainstream press of 2021 and rely upon con men like Paul Rusling to help them out. Rusing is now trying for the second time to sell these anoraks an 'updated' version of his 'bible'. But Rusling is a small time con man who is dealing with a small time crowd, although it seems to be making enough money to make it worth his while to keep printing books on demand. He orders them, the printer prints them and Rusling sells them.
Rusling is annoyed that this is a process called 'print on demand' which he wants to limit to identifying one version of explanation where small print runs of a handful of books can be bought from a printer. However, the fact is that Rusling submitted the manuscript to the printer and the printer then manufactured them to Rusling's specifications and. Rusling paid the printer.
At least, we assume that Rusling paid the printer because back when Ray Anderson used our research to print 'The Wonderful Radio London Story', that printer did not get paid and he then contacted us for help! At the time we wasted a lot of time over Ray Anderson due to his antics that eventually involved him ducking behind a shield of UK bankruptcy law.
Rusling was the pal of Ray Anderson involving a series events surrounding the radio ship which housed a station which went by various names, most including the name 'Laser'. Our job now is to keep pointing out the scams and to keep on publishing the true story.
This brings us back to the events of January 1964 and the purchase of a Danish ferry boat called mv Fredericia. This investigation will be continuing later on today over on our companion Blog.
No one seems to be interested in the details - except us. Paul Rusling keeps churning out his rubbish that has absorbed some of our work and then attempted to amalgamate it with his own totally fictitious timeline.
Ray Clark and all the rest have interviewed the same people over and over again and derived nothing new. Why hasn't anyone ever looked at the real timeline and wondered why Radio Caroline suddenly popped-up as if by magic?
UK Companies House tried to find out who was paying for the leased property at 6 Chesterfield Gardens, and they drew a blank. That was in 1965. They tried again after the Marine Offences Act and once again they drew a blank.
Now, for the first time, we are shining a light on this mystery and coming up with real answers. You can read our investigation free of charge, but we ask that you do not steal it by trying to resell it for personal profit in the way that Paul Rusling has done.
Today's addition to our investigation is now on our companion Blog. Please use the link above.
You will find the next installment on our companion Blog. See link above.
Paul Rusling is still peddling his nonsense 'bible' for cash, but you won't find the questions that we are now asking, and therefore you won't find the answers either. But today, you will find both on our companion Blog.
Moving on .....
We keep getting really stupid comments from the anorak brigade who support Paul Rusling and Malcolm Smith and their imitation 'Radio Caroline'.
Here is an example of such a comment from a person who is not reading, just commenting. In fact this person is not "just commenting", they are drowning our inbox with very long, rambling and idiotic posts that morph in and out of sanity. We ask that if you fall into this category to send your comment to yourself and not to us since we have to delete it.
Clearly the idiotic anoraks have no idea who Beatrix Miller was; why Jocelyn Stevens hired her; or why she quit when Jocelyn Stevens announced his plan to turn Beatrix Miller's style sheet into a radio station format with the same eponymous title of 'Caroline'.
There was no column as this writer seems to infer, and Beatrix Miller was not some sort of opinion writer. But here is an example of the kind of mail we get and promptly delete, and which we will not bother to answer here:
The writer began with a statement that he "....was thoughtfully thinking about the passion of yours for Beatrix Miller. Her Caroline page and her resignation
Is not an answer to that a question:
Did the Caroline Queen mag page continue after that or certainly after 199 ding ding?
If so would that not have associated itself with the trendy aspirations of housewives on a radio station in public world in action view as being the same media influence owned?
Another point. When you work for someone and there are stupid contracts. Anything you think up - a water powered engine - a new spanner - a fashion style sheet column name is not your patent property. It is the intellectual property of the company. Even though you thought it up and were stupid enough to suck up to them and tell them
Point 3 : So it may or not have been the case that B Miller a Caroline column she named / wrote probably actually didn't write it. They usually get someone else J Stevens and a Radio station of the same banner name but with a vastly different message were not mutually compatible and their was a separation settlement. I assume the B Miller Queen column was more young and trendy than 199 do the washing up with Carl Convoy
Point infinity: Was the sole occupation of B Miller writing a page once a month for Queen?"
We have begun posting a new Timeline as a follow-up to yesterday's Blog on this site, and it appears on our companion Blog 'All About Radio Caroline'. Please use the link above.
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